Eco-Friendly & Water less Concrete Cleaning
Soft Wash Wizard uses a fine, highly absorbent powder which contains naturally occurring, non-genetically altered bacteria which consume Diesel Fuel, Motor Oil, Gasoline, Kerosene, Jet Fuel, Fuel Oil, Etc. The powder used is extremely absorbent and of course and is an environmentally safe concrete cleaning solution for residential or commercial use!
When spread onto any Hydrocarbon Spill, the fine powder will carry the bacteria into the pores of the concrete spill surface or soiled area where it will absorb and consume as a food source the hydro-carbon based stains and spills.
The bacteria used is eco-friendly & water less concrete cleaner is a unique blend of bacterial cultures chosen to rapidly degrade the major components of diesel fuel. This bacteria is especially effective on benzene, toluene, xylene, napthalene, methyl napthalene, anthracene and C10 to C17 aliphatics. Soft Wash Wizrd is especially effective and efficient in degrading diesel spills.
The wizard’s potion for water less concrete cleaning works with its own specific gravity by penetrating deep into the pores of the concrete where petroleum-based stains are trapped. Then it breaks down the hydrocarbon chain of the petroleum stain. Once the chain is broken, the potion decomposes and dissolves the hydrocarbons with bio-organic compounds that actually consume the stain.
The Wizard’s potion makes cleaning concrete easy. Simply call the crew, there is no need for power scrubbing, power washing, or the usage of water reclamation equipment. Due to the bio-organics in the wizard’s potion, it is regarded scientifically as a ‘time driven’ process whereby significant improvement is clearly visible within 24 hours of potions application.
The wizard’s potion is an environmentally friendly product. Since it completely eliminates water from the cleaning process, there is no liquid residue or wastewater to contaminate the environment.
The Soft Wash Wizard’s potion is non-hazardous, non-corrosive, and non-toxic to humans, animals, plants, soil, metals, paint, concrete, storm drains, sewer systems, or underground water.